Hearing Australia is working with regional, rural and remote communities across Australia to address the high rates of hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Beyond Blue has partnered with Accenture and Medibank to develop a 24/7 Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service to meet the surge in demand for its services.
A treatment for depression and anxiety developed at Murdoch University has been shown to be as effective as cognitive behaviour therapy, the current gold standard.
A study conducted at Royal Darwin Hospital has found that increased use of Aboriginal interpreters was associated with a decrease in patients leaving treatment early.
Less education in early life, hearing loss in mid-life and smoking in later life were associated with the greatest proportion of dementia cases in the population.
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What would you say if someone told you that you spend an average of 6.3 hours every day damaging your health?
Leading Aboriginal academic Professor Roianne West has been awarded the 2020 Lowitja Institute Cranlana Award for her outstanding research leadership.
StandingTall is an app that offers individually tailored exercises to older Australians so that they are able to exercise independently at home.
In addition to impacting physical health, 40% of people with diabetes report that COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their mental or emotional health.
Insteading has created a bumper trove of gardening resources, including those designed specifically for seniors.
Associate Professor Ruth Stewart has been appointed as the new National Rural Health Commissioner, succeeding Professor Paul Worley.
A report led by the University of Western Australia reveals that the pandemic has put many Indigenous Australians at risk of severe psychological distress.
A study conducted by the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety has identified barriers to effective medication management in people with dementia.
The RACGP is providing resources and support tools to help GPs care for victims of domestic abuse and violence.